Cataloochee Campground

Cocke County, Tennessee

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Cataloochee Campground is only the first attractive spot you’ll see in this valley of meadows, streams, mountains, history—and elk, which have been introduced into the valley and offer extraordinary wildlife viewing in Cataloochee’s meadows. The celebrated fishing waters of Cataloochee Creek form one border of the campground, while a small feeder stream forms the other. In between is a flat, attractive camping area canopied with stately white pines.

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"Cataloochee Campground is only the first attractive spot you’ll see in this valley of meadows, streams, mountains, history—and elk, which have been introduced into the valley and offer extraordinary wildlife viewing in Cataloochee’s meadows.

The celebrated fishing waters of Cataloochee Creek form one border of the campground, while a small feeder stream forms the other. In between is a flat, attractive camping area canopied with stately white pines."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Cocke County
Season: March-October
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: Nantahala National Forest
Driving Directions: Directions to Cataloochee Campground

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May 2018